Tag Archives: Tibetan Culture

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Tibetan nannies: The Gold Standard

    Tibetan nannies have earned a name for themselves in the world of childcare among the elite populace that resides in the most expensive real estate in the world, Manhattan. ...

  • Tibetan Yoga may improve chemotherapy-related fatigue

    Attending at least two Tibetan yoga sessions per week may improve chemotherapy-related fatigue among patients with breast cancer. ...

  • Menri Trizin, spiritual head of Bon religion, dies at 90

    The 33rd Abbot of Menri Bon Monastery, the spiritual head of Bon sect, Menri Trizin Lungtok Tenpai Nyima, has died at his monastery at Dolanji, Solan, on Thursday. He was 90. ...

  • Congressional committees approve USD 17 million aid to Tibet

    Two key Congressional committees have approved at least USD 17 million to help the Tibetan government in exile preserve its culture, help its refugees and develop institutions. ...

  • Phur takes five awards at Tibetan Music Awards

    "Phur", the infectious and anthemic song by Anu Ringluk that has taken the Tibetan world by storm, grabbed five awards at the Tibetan Music Awards last night. ...

  • Flame of Hope: A film review

    Flame of Hope is a story of a Tibetan family in the face of the ongoing self-sacrifices, and it does not delve into the psyches of the self-immolators. ...

  • Far from Doklam, a second India-China battle of claims is on — over Tibet’s medicine

    In April, India sent Sowa-Rigpa as its official entry for UNESCO’s prestigious Intangible Cultural Heritage list. The problem was Beijing also had sent an entry claiming Sowa-Rigpa. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo The Dalai Lama Cup

    More positive vestibules to walk on will foster constructive growth in our youth, and one avenue to that growth is through successful tournaments such as this. ...

  • Tibetan Music Awards voting begins; awards on 1 September

    The voting for the Tibetan Music Awards has begun from Saturday, and will close on Monday 12 midnight India time. ...

  • End of an era — Lobsang Wangyal’s Miss Tibet